Essence of Tawheed and Shirk The word 'Islaam' indicates submission to Allaah (سبحانه), humbling oneself to Him.
Islaam destroys whatever (sins) came before it Islaam destroys whatever (sins) came before it, and repentance erases what came before it.
Introducing Islaam and its merits Islaam is to submit to Allaah by Tawheed, yielding to Him by obedience and leaving acts of Shirk.
Important lessons for common Muslims A number of highly beneficial lessons for Muslims.
Basics of Islaam The great attributes of believers.
Clarifying some important issues unknown to many Muslims A lecture on some issues which are not known to many people.
Islaamic Sharee’ah and its benefits and humans' need for it This day, I have perfected your religion for you, completed My Favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islaam as your religion.
Relationships among family members This great Sharee’ah has also organised the relationships among family members.
The explicit Rukns of Islaam So worship Allaah Alone by doing religious deeds sincerely for Allaah’s sake only.
Wisdom of the caller and morals of those who receive Da`wah By using harshness, people will flee from you, and stay away from you, they will never accept the truth, except those whom Allaah blessed with Mercy.
Advice of Allaah's Book Truly, the Qur’aan contains guidance and light. It is the strong Rope and Right Path of Allaah.
Merits of Ramadhaan The enormous benefits of fasting and other acts of worship in Ramadhaan.
`Ibaadah means Tawheed and obedience to Allaah Taqwaa (fear/wariness of offending Allaah) is the core of religion; it is the form of `Ibaadah (worship) for which the people were created.
First Shahahdah conveys reality of Tawheed and `Ibaadah Most people do not understand the two Shahahdahs as they should, so they have associated others with Allaah and turned away from Him.
Allaah's Religion is of a comprehensive nature Allaah's Religion is of a comprehensive nature; it deals with people's interests in this world as well as in the Hereafter and all that people need in religion.
Prophet Muhammad (صَلَّىاللهُعَلَيْهِوَسَلَّمَ) informed followers of what was good for them It is a must to believe that he (صَلَّىاللهُعَلَيْهِوَسَلَّمَ) conveyed the Message, fulfilled the Trust, advised the Ummah, and performed his duties until he met his Lord.
Sunnah prayers explained What are the Rawatib (Sunnah prayers associated with obligatory prayers) which can be made up if the person misses them?
Directing fathers to give importance to raising children Islaamically Watching over the children and giving them attention and their Islaamic cultivation is an affair which is from the most important matters.